Tuesday, November 21, 2023

On Thursday, November 16, 2023, Locale opened its doors on 4 Holborn Road for MoDA Market, the shopping playground for the stylish.

An intimate group of fab shoppers — many, MoDA loyalists — got first dibs on New York Fashion Week (NYFW) collections from designers Korto Momolu, Carlton Jones, and Cesar Galindo.

Page 2 highlights those on the scene, plus a few pieces from the respective collections.

Re-Re-RegaliaStylist Bruce Brown showed off some pieces. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Laced In BlackMoDA model Dianne Brown in a scene-stealer from Korto Momulo's Ink and Ivory: A Tale of Joy and Pain collection. (PHOTO: TIFFANY LUE YEN)
Glam SquadLocale brand ambassador Alyshia Miller-Powell (left), MoDA founder Kerry-Ann Clarke (centre), and content creator Brianna Barker were the fab trio. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Back AtchaModel Maya Wilkinson for Carlton Jones (PHOTO: TIFFANY LUE YEN)
First DibsEnjoying early access to collections from NYFW by Korto Momolu, Carlton Jones and Cesar Galindo was financial consultant Allison Taffe. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
<strong id="strong-4f0400b7b243ad7d156188120790b161">Making It MoDA.</strong>.....were Livingston, Alexander &amp; Levy partner Kelley Wong-Henry (left) and Candy Craze CEO Melanie Levy. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
<strong id="strong-97e8322b965bb0cf3b18af2f3377f9c5">Retail Therapy</strong> - All set for an evening of shopping were gal pals (from left) landscaper Annmarie Hylton, attorney-at-law Delrose Campbell and Sarah Warren, regional sales manager, caribbeanjobs.com.
Rose PrickModel Alicia Sewell for Cesar Galindo (PHOTO: TIFFANY LUE YEN)

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